Michael G. Imber, Architects is a nationally renowned architectural firm based in San Antonio, Texas recognized for a body of work that is strong in historic sentiment, yet modern in its execution. We have built a reputation on a sensitivity to culture, landscape, material, and craft as well as a commitment to making exceptional contributions to the architectural landscape. The firm is equally known for its ranch and country houses throughout Texas as it is for award-winning coastal, mountain and city residences, institutional, ecclesiastical, and commercial projects around the country and around the world. Our team of bright, talented architects and designers hail from all corners of the United States. They share a passion for the culture and ethos of the firm and strive to bring innovation, technical acuity, and artistry to every project.
We are looking for a team member dedicated to designing and building architecture that is both grounded in cultural tradition and beautiful, lasting, and meaningful at all scales. The candidate will work alongside our team from schematic design through construction administration on projects ranging from residential estates to a wide variety of civic and commercial buildings, including churches, mixed-use buildings, hospitality, and institutional projects.
The candidate will assist the project manager through all stages of a project’s development. Responsibilities will include leading the development of the design documents; coordinating with and translating conceptual sketches into CAD drawings; compiling and creating client presentations; solving design challenges; site analyses and code research; maintaining project organization and documentation; reviewing shop drawings; communicating with the general contractor team and other vendors.
The qualified candidate should have a professional degree in architecture, at least 3-5 years of professional experience in the field, strong communication skills, exceptional time management skills, resourcefulness, self-motivation, a commitment to professional growth and learning, and a dedicated work ethic. The position requires a candidate with interest in the understanding and interpretation of historic precedents, urban planning and new urbanism, craft, and materiality. The candidate must have the graphic skills necessary to communicate and visualize spaces and the ability to develop technical drawings in AutoCAD, Revit and 3D models in Sketchup and other rendering programs. Candidates with experience and skill in traditional design are preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Please send a resume and portfolio of your work via email to Mary Kate Spach at firstname.lastname@example.org.